Our Journey in the USDestination California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah

Wedding Photographers on Tour: Destination California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah

A couple of years ago, during a break of the wedding season we took a brief sabbatical to visit the west coast of the United States. Our journey has touched four states: California, Nevada, Arizona and Utah. We left from San Diego in California, went to Los Angeles and then headed to Las Vegas. We visited the Grand Canyon National Park, Page, Bryce Canyon, Sequoia and Yosemite National Park. Finally, from San Francisco we directed to Los Angeles, along the Big Sur.
Of course, in all this we couldn’t leave our cameras at home!

We thought it was a shame to keep all the photos of that trip locked in a forgotten folder somewhere in the PC.
We wanted, therefore, to share with you at least part of them… maybe will make you want to face the same wonderful experience, part of which is told in our “Turistipercrisi” travel blog. So, we created this “private” section of our website, with the purpose to show you something about us and our “real” life, which was not just work.
Here’s a brief summary of our photo-tour through the majestic gorges of the Grand Canyon, the pinnacles of Bryce Canyon, Antelope’s incredible colors, the striking of the Big Sur coast, the stunning views of Los Angeles Griffith Observatory, the elegance of the houses in San Francisco’s center, and much more.

The only rule of the trip is: do not go as you left, back different,” said Anne Carson. And in fact this experience has changed and enriched us, giving us a new view of the things that surround us. A gift that we have tried to apply to our work as photographers. Travelling broadens horizons, because you can also break down the mental or cultural barriers that limit us unknowingly. We are confident that there be immersed in new cultures, having crossed the new roads, seeing new landscapes have had a profound influence on our style of photography. Also for this reason, we do not stop and we are already thinking about next trip.

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